Gluten intolerance and anal fissures

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You've found your Celiac Tribe! Join our like-minded, private community and share your story, get encouragement and connect with others. Last year i had to have surgery for a fistula and now i might have to go back for a 2nd surgery to repair this fissure. I wanted the doc to fix it when i was in surgery last yr but he said he didnt see it. I take magnesium daily but whenever i eat something different or something i shouldnt it acts up and then i need to double up on the Mg, which gives me the runs all day

Why no one should eat grains. Part 1 – The tip of the Iceberg

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Familiarise yourself with the research around coeliac disease and you will understand why eating gluten is playing Russian roulette with your health. T he gluten iceberg is a pertinent metaphor for this hidden, and much larger, mass of problems that lurk below the surface. As researchers begin to unravel the complexities of the sub-surface gluten iceberg it is sobering to realise that its dimensions remain largely unknown, yet evidence is now indicating that all of us are affected to some degree. As a clinician I get to see first hand how a grain-free diet can be key to making significant medical progress in patients with complex and apparently unrelated medical problems. This enables me to provide additional and, I hope, interesting perspectives on this story. Classic coeliac disease is a serious autoimmune enteropathy gut disorder , with no cure.

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An anal fissure is a small tear in the tissue that lines the anus or "anal canal" the opening through which stool passes out of the body. Anal fissures can be painful and may bleed. Anal fissures can be caused by any trauma to the anus or anal canal. An anal fissure typically occurs when you pass hard or large stools during a bowel movement. Anal fissures are also common in women after childbirth and in young infants.
Posted 23 months ago , 2 users are following. A big thank you to this website, my doctor gave me no information about anal fissure and no prescription cream either back in April. When I went back in May, it was a different GP so he had to go stick his finger there to check and he created 2 more fissures so now I had 3, bleeding, pain etc I was bleeding since April 5th, on the 5th is really tore and there was so much blood and the pain was unbearable.